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rights he stood next to statue of rosa parks and rightfully so. >> sure. martha: what about the people like saeed abedini and the president's discussions and focus on him? >> well, you know there are 103 members of the congress, including about a quarter of the u.s. senate have spoken out for saeed abedini. people like lindsey graham, senator graham to speak out on this. the president has not done that himself. john kerry, secretary kerry, senator rubio's office is working closely. i am hoping he turns that relationship around from what we saw the past secretary of state and the state department. we're going international with this. we're giving our government a long time to act. i hope they do. we're going to the u.n. we have teams from the united nations working on this from a number of countries. after you read this, time is running out to get a comment from the president. time is running out to get another statement from the state department. we have to go wherever we can and there are venues open. martha: interesting to see in the conclave how much focus of international persecuti
obama will meet with congressional leaders. that is for an unveiling of the statue for rosa parks in the capitol. for a deal on sequestration there are no talks. bill: woodward calls it a case of distortion and confusion. calls it a classic case. argues that washington is using this technique too often lately. is he just talking about the current administration? what else would he cite in that do you believe? >> one of the key points that wood ward has made is both sides are to blame here, there is no doubt about that. but, president obama is the president. he is in charge. so when you look back to deals or crisis that president reagan, president clinton, faced, the president is the one that has to lead the most. and that is where he is pushing back at the white house as they have fired at him. bill: they are just mixed up, surprisingly. so the words of woodward today, bob cusack thank you for your words right now. have a great week. >> thank you, bill. bill: here is martha. martha: here is a question for you on monday morning. is it a new cold war that could cripple countries? cy
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